Today marks one year since the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
Church bells throughout Orlando will ring 49 times at noon Monday.
Gov. Rick Scott ordered U.S. flags around Florida to be flown at half-staff.
Local officials have declared the one-year mark as a day of "love and kindness," and they are encouraging residents to volunteer or perform acts of compassion.
10 a.m.-7 p.m., Orange County History Center: Items preserved by The One Orlando Collection Initiative, an effort to catalog items left by mourners outside of Pulse after the tragedy, will be on display. Admission to the history center will be free all day.
10:30 a.m., Orange County Administration Center: Officials will display a section of the Sea-to-Sea flag, a symbol of the LGBTQ-rights movement.
11 a.m.-1 p.m., Pulse nightclub: The club plans to host a midday ceremony featuring community speakers, prayers, a reading of the victims’ names and music by Violectric, a local electric string quintet.
7 p.m., Lake Eola Park Amphitheater: Community leaders will hold a ceremony entitled “Orlando Love: Remembering Our Angels.” The event will feature performances from musicians Olga Tañón and Sisaundra Lewis and a reading of the victims’ names.
10 p.m.-midnight, Pulse nightclub: A gathering with prayer, live music, dance and reflection.